Our Favorite Four Posts of 2018

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Welcome back to The Landmark at Hatchery Hill Blog! In 2018, we’ve shared posts about simplifying Thanksgiving dinner, the benefits of living in Fitchburg, homemade dog treats — we’ve even highlighted how to make your own 3D printer! Thank you for your continued readership. We hope to be a valuable resource where you can find helpful tips and information about our apartment community in Fitchburg, WI, as well as apartment living in general. Join us as we take a quick look at our favorite blog posts from 2018. If you’re a resident of our apartment community, give a shout out in the comments below! Which blog post was your favorite of the year?

Top Blog Posts of 2018

Take a moment to review our favorite four posts of the year.

 

Delicious Breakfast Recipes: Waffles

“When it comes to breakfast, waffles are among our favorite recipes. We’ve searched the internet far and wide to bring you what we of The Landmark at Hatchery Hill think could be the best waffles ever made.”

 

Homemade Dog Treats

“The Landmark at Hatchery Hill is proud to be a pet-friendly apartment community in Fitchburg, WI. Now that summer is in full swing, it’s the perfect time to try new exercises and even a new diet with your furry friend. We have a few treats that your dog will love. Make them today in your apartment and see which one they like best. Enjoy!”

 

Top Benefits of Living In Fitchburg, WI

“The Landmark at Hatchery Hill apartments community is located in the heart of Fitchburg, a suburb of Madison, Wisconsin (in fact, we’re only 7-minutes away from Downtown Madison). At the heart of Fitchburg, you’ll find great restaurants, including The Great Dane, The Thirsty Goat, Panera Bread, and SoHo Dumplings. There are also great places to visit and tour, like Bavaria Sausage Inc., Ten Pin Alley, Yahara Bay Distillery, McGaw Park, and Artful Escapes.”

 

How to Make a 3D Printer

From houses to food, 3D printing technology is all around us and improving year after year. The ability to print a figurine, piggy bank, or whistle with a few clicks of a button is pretty intriguing, but it’s very expensive. Wouldn’t you like to print out a new cover for your phone or camera? What about a keychain for your friend’s birthday? Let’s be honest. Homemade gifts got so much cooler with 3D printers.”

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